Corner Pergola – Pergolas add a decorative element to any outdoor space. In addition to decoration, pergolas can provide several functions, providing shade, the definition of a space, and provides a structure for vines and plants growing vertical. Grapes and ivy, for example, grow well in pergolas. The foliage also provides extra shade.
1) Cut the top ends of the posts two 4-by-4-by-96-inch at an angle of 14 degrees, with a miter saw. These are the poles of the front corner pergola at an angle. Cut the top ends of the posts two 4-by-4-by-72-inches at an angle of 14 degrees, with a miter saw. These are the poles of the back corners. It measures up to 36 centimeters from the bottom of the posts of the front and rear corners. Check this measurement with a pencil.
2) Measured at 12 centimeters and 30 centimeters at both ends of the remaining positions of four 4-by-4-by-96-inches, using the tape measure. Mark these measures with a pencil. Measure in inches in 12 and 36 inches from the ends of the remaining post 4-by-4-by-72-inches. Mark these measures with a pencil. Set the frieze located corner pergola on the table saw. Set the table saw to January 1 1/2-inch deep cut socket 3 1/2 inches wide. That’s about pergola.